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By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff It began like any other day. Olga O’Connor was working at a cash register at the Church Women United Thrift Shop on South Union Street, when her husband, Ed, showed up. She thought he was taking her to … more
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By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff  After a heated discussion during a workshop meeting, Highspire Borough Council decided to roll the dice and sponsor a gaming grant application. At their Aug. 14 workshop meeting, council members … more
By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff Lower Swatara Twp. Police Chief Richard Wiley has resigned to accept a position as chief in West Melbourne, Fla. Wiley has submitted a letter of resignation to Manager Harry Krot effective Sept. 7. However, … more
By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff Lower Swatara Twp. police have charged a man with stealing a gun from a Middletown resident’s SUV and shooting a fellow camper at a Swatara Park Road campground to death on May 31. Adam Ralph Homer, 31, … more
By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff  Residents living near Three Mile Island woke on Wednesday, Aug. 22 to a loud hissing sound – the sound of TMI’s nuclear power plant shutting down for unplanned repairs. A pinhole leak on a heating … more
By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff Middletown has received an Act 47 Early Intervention Program grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, department spokesman Steve Kratz confirmed on Monday, Aug. 27. The … more
By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff Around the time Frederick Hummel founded Hummelstown 250 years ago, a notable resident of the town was also born. His name was William Wilson, known as the Pennsylvania Hermit, or the man who called Indian … more
By LaVonne AckermanSummer is just humming along, don’t you think? So what if school already started! Even though it gets dark earlier and there is homework to do and Back-to-School nights to attend, it is still summer. If you tried to reach me and … more
Larry S. Shaffner, 77, of West Hanover Township, entered into rest suddenly on Tuesday, August 21, at his home.   He was born on May 28, 1935 in Harrisburg, and was the son of the late Charles and Beatrice Strauss Shaffner. more
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